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Voting & Elections 04.13.2023

Common Cause, Voting Rights Advocate Pen Letter to Gov. Holcomb Requesting Veto to Restrictions on Voting by Mail

INDIANAPOLIS — Today, Common Cause Indiana — as well as several other voting rights groups — penned a letter to Gov. Holcomb asking that he veto H.B. 1334.

Voting & Elections 03.31.2023

Indiana’s Voter Registration Deadline is MONDAY, April 3

INDIANAPOLIS — Common Cause Indiana reminds new voters that they have until 5 p.m. on Monday, April 3, to submit their voter registration forms in-person, online or by mail in time for the May 2 municipal primary election across the states. In order for the mail-in application to be accepted, it must be postmarked by Monday.

Voting Rights Advocates, Concerned Citizens Come to Settlement With Gary Common Council in Redistricting Suit

GARY, IN — Late last week, Gary, Ind. resident Barbara Bolling-Williams — a long-time voting rights advocate — came to a settlement with Gary, Indiana’s Common Council in the lawsuit over the Council’s failure to redistrict. The court ruled that the old maps the Common Council planned to use were malapportioned and, as such, found the current redistricting plan unconstitutional.

Voting Rights Advocates, Concerned Citizens Call for Equal Representation After Filing Redistricting Lawsuit

GARY, IN — Today, Gary, Ind. resident Barbara Bolling-Williams — a long-time voting rights advocate — filed a federal lawsuit against the city’s Common Council for failing to draw new maps before the Dec. 31, 2022 redistricting deadline. 

Voting & Elections 01.5.2023

Voter Advocates Hail IN Election Commission Order in Tippecanoe County HAVA Complaint

INDIANAPOLIS — This afternoon, the Indiana Election Commission (IEC), unanimously and in a bipartisan vote, adopted an order supporting claims by voter advocates that the Tippecanoe County Board of Elections and Registration (TBER) was improperly processing voter registration forms in violation of state and federal law.

Voting & Elections 11.7.2022

2022 Midterm Election is TOMORROW

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana voters have until Tuesday, Nov. 8 to make their voices heard in the 2022 midterm election.

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